On Monday night, the clouds will be more closed in the southeastern part of the country, in the Trans-Tisza and southeastern areas it is likely to rain. Elsewhere, in addition to cloud transitions, less cloudy periods also occur. The cohesive cloud band and its precipitation zone will leave the country southeast on Tuesday morning, the National Meteorological Service.
On Tuesday, a cold front will reach Hungary, and those who are sensitive to this may be affected by complaints with frontal effects. During the day, more or less sunshine is expected next to the cloudy sky with veils and cumulus, in some places, especially in the northern landscapes, light rain and showers may form. The northern wind intensifies mainly in Transdanubia, strong gusts can also occur in the Little Plain.
The lowest night temperatures are usually expected to be between 1 and 9 degrees, however, in the less cloudy, wind-protected parts of the northern valleys, the air may cool below freezing. The highest daytime temperatures on Tuesdays are usually between 10 and 16 degrees.
On Wednesday, thicker clouds come over us from the west, which is why the sun can only shine for shorter periods, mainly in the Great Plain and the Kisalföld region. There is a sporadic chance of rain, showers, no thunderstorms, and there may even be snow showers in the mountains. The north and northwest winds are gaining momentum in Northwest Transdanubia. The lowest night temperatures are usually between 2 and 7 degrees, but there may be slight frosts in less cloudy, wind-protected landscapes. Highest daytime temperatures can be expected between 9 and 15 degrees.
On Thursdays we can usually expect cumulus clouds with several hours of sunshine, but in the morning there may be cloudy areas even in the east. There may be showers in some places. Transient fog spots may form on the windscreen at dawn. In many places, the north wind is picking up. The temperature at dawn is usually between 0 and 5 degrees below freezing in wind-protected areas. The peak is usually expected to be between 9 and 13 degrees.
On Friday, light or moderate clouds are expected with several hours of sunshine. Precipitation is unlikely. Fog spots can be expected at dawn. The variable wind will be mostly moderate. The lowest night temperatures are usually between 0 and 5 degrees, but windshields can measure minus 1, minus 3 degrees. The maximum temperature is likely to be between 10 and 15 degrees.
On Saturday, torn front clouds can pass over us, behind which, in addition to a lot of sunshine, cumulus clouds can form. There may be showers in some places. In many places it is reviving, in some places the north wind is getting stronger. Temperatures at dawn are usually between 2 and 9 degrees, in less cloudy, wind-protected landscapes around freezing. The maximum is usually expected between 10 and 14 degrees.
On Sundays, light or moderate clouds are expected with several hours of sunshine. Precipitation is unlikely. Fog may form in some places at dawn. For the most part, air movement remains moderate. The temperature rises from minus 3, plus 5 degrees in the morning to between 9 and 14 degrees.